In this episode of the #DigitalDigest Podcast we discuss various aspects of using advanced digital solutions to transform cities and smaller communities in the EU.
As outlined in Orgalim’s ‘2030: an industry vision for a renewed Europe’, technology innovation driven by EU industry will be key to delivering on what matters most to Europe’s citizens over the coming decade – from addressing climate change, to delivering smart healthcare in a time of demographic shifts, to improving quality of life in tomorrow’s cities.
These priorities are clearly shared by legislators in the European Parliament, who have now established a parliamentary Intergroup ‘Competitive European Industry: long-term and sustainable investment’ to promote dialogue on the future of industry in Europe.
Leading representatives of Europe’s technology industries are meeting in innovation capital Stockholm for an unforgettable event combining insightful debate, tech exploration and new connections – all centring on how technological progress can shape a future that’s good for Europe.
On 26 May leading representatives from across European industry and policy will meet in innovation capital Stockholm for an unforgettable afternoon of insightful debate, tech exploration and new connections – all centring on how technological progress can shape a future that’s good for Europe.
The European Investment Bank, EIB, is providing the Arteche Group with €27 million to finance its innovation strategy focusing on the development of new technologies, solutions and products for the electric power industry, and other investments to expand its productive assets.
Representing the technology companies spearheading the development of industrial AI, Orgalim has now published its ‘Manifesto for a European Agenda on Industrial AI’ – calling on policymakers at EU and national level to prioritise action in support of Europe’s technology industries as providers of world-leading trustworthy AI solutions for the global market.
In 2019, European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe combined to offer an end-to-end European energy experience for the whole energy supply chain, from power generation through to end-use, under one roof.
The event is a business, innovation, networking and information platform and is seen by the industry as their terrain. They use the event as their annual meeting place to thrash out strategies and do business to help drive efficiencies in meeting their sustainable development goals.
The Summit and Hub Sessions unpack a narrative that energy professionals operating in an increasingly interconnected energy value network need to understand, in order to fully appreciate the implications of the convergence and sector couplings, rapidly connecting the worlds of electricity, gas, heat, cooling and transportation.
The European Commission is putting together Guidelines for Building Sustainable Open Source Software (OSS) Communities in the Public Sector. The guidelines will serve as a practical tool suitable for OSS communities and enthusiasts who would like to create and maintain sustainable and healthy communities.
Every year, the International Data Protection Day is celebrated on 28 January to raise awareness on the rights available to all individuals in relation to personal data protection. In the EU context, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) added new rights and reinforced existing ones to allow individuals to exercise more control over their personal information. Semantic interoperability can facilitate enforcement of some of these rights, for example the right to access your data.